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Biodiversity loss and climate change are intricately connected, and their impacts on our planet and communities are deeply intertwined. Climate change is a significant driver of biodiversity loss, undermining the ability of nature to regulate our emissions. On the other hand, ecosystems like woodlands and wetlands act as important carbon sinks, absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere. Thus, protecting and enhancing biodiversity becomes critical to address climate change. Our enhancement measures and actions will also have wider positive sustainability impacts on our health and wellbeing. Using nature's natural way of facing climate change is one of the most effective methods of taking action.